THE first direct airlink between Inverness and Bergen took off last week, as part of Loganair’s largest ever schedule between the UK and Norway’s second largest city.
There will be three flights a week on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays all year round, with a journey time of one hour and 25 minutes.
Passengers depart Inverness at 10.35am on the weekday services and at 1.55pm on Sundays.
As well as the new option for holidaymakers setting off from Inverness, the Highlands is also expecting an influx of Norwegian visitors, eager to explore Scotland’s Highlands and islands. Bergen is a vibrant coastal city, steeped in history and surrounded by seven iconic mountains. It is already a popular destination for fans of cultural activities, top-class food and stunning landscapes.
Lead-in fares start at £90.46 and all reservations include 20kg of complimentary baggage allowance.
Kay Ryan, Loganair’s commercial director said: “It’s fantastic to be able to create a direct link between Inverness and Bergen directly benefiting both regions. Early booking is encouraged before peak season.”